emil at uzelac.me
Wed Jun 4 19:25:32 UTC 2014
Most definitely :)
On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 2:17 PM, Bass Jobsen <bass at w3masters.nl> wrote:
> http://pixabay.com/ has cc0 images
> Mocht u / je nog vragen hebben, dan kun(t) u / je altijd contact opnemen.
> Ik ben het best bereikbaar via de e-mail.
> groetjes Bass,
> W3masters, Orthen
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> 2014-06-04 20:29 GMT+02:00 Afzaal <wordpress at thinkupthemes.com>:
> Timing is great! Just uploaded a new theme earlier today which contains an
>> image from unsplash, so I'll go ahead and change that asap.
>> Is there a central place here where GPL image providers are listed? If I
>> remember correctly, there was a push a few months back to find places where
>> we could get GPL images.
>> Thanks as always!
>> Quoting Emil Uzelac <emil at uzelac.me>:
>> Hey guys,
>>> I was thinking to write a post about it, but I chose the list instead.
>>> As I was going over some license *issues* with my very own work, it turns
>>> out that sites like http://unsplash.com/ are completely unreliable and
>>> probably not the best choice to use images from.
>>> The site itself does not have an explicit license, other than a line
>>> it says "All photos CC0", which is definitely not enough.
>>> Should we "police" this? You bet!
>>> All right, so I took few extra steps and came to conclusion that the
>>> original license and the license http://unsplash.com/ advertise are
>>> In most cases the license are either not CC0, or they require a special
>>> permission by the owner and in some other cases released under CC and we
>>> all know that CC alone is not GPL-Compatible. Not to mention that sites
>>> lists images from people that don't even exist.
>>> When that special permission is granted the source needs to have that in
>>> writing, otherwise "All photos CC0" means nothing to us.
>>> Best example:
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